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The Hitman’s Bodyguard review: an experiment in how many times you can say the word ‘motherfucker’ in one film without it grating

Ryan Reynolds stars in crime caper about a bodyguard entrusted to protect hitman Samuel L Jackson, sorry Darius Kincaid, in…Coventry?You would have thought that audiences are t...

Album Review: Third Culture Kings, “Is That Light You Carry?”

Get ready to annoy your neighbours. Third Culture Kings are a new act and their first album, Is That Light You Carry?, has levels of bass that are guaranteed to have the folks do...

Exhibition Review: Anna Sui

London’s Fashion and Textiles Museum presents a creative euphoria of one of the Fashion industries leading the Storytellers, Anna Sui. I took myself off to this exhibition with mi...

Album Review: Fassine, “Gourami”

Elliot Baker fumbles around the dreamy world of Fassine’s new album, Gourami, hoping to find a map. What is it to buy an album? It’s an acceptance of an invitation. A contract b...

STEP review: a documentary that will make you want to stomp, clap and roar with pure delight

This empowering film about a group of high school step dancers from Baltimore as they juggle life, love and learning will leave you brimming with hope and delight. Baltimore ha...

Brimstone and Glory: a lyrical film that pushes the boundaries of what documentary can be

A visceral documentary that will leave you breathless, Brimstone and Glory captures the people of Tultepec battling burns, storms and vertigo as they celebrate the National Pyrotec...

England Is Mine Review: Morrissey Biopic

We get it, Steven Patrick Morrissey is a tortured soul. He would be immeasurably more likeable in Mark Gill's unauthorised biopic 'England is Mine' if we weren’t reminded how tortu...

Review: Bechdel Testing Life

Bechdel Theatre presents the second chapter of Bechdel Testing Life consisting of four new short plays. Isley Lynn, Rabiah Hussain, Guleraana Mir and Lizzie Milton premier their or...

Dunkirk Review: an enthralling cinematic masterpiece

Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is a colossal war drama of epic proportions that will leave you both physically and emotionally exhausted.Dunkirk, in one word, is a masterpiece. It...

Review: City of Champions, London Theatre Workshop

The London Theatre Workshop is a brilliant concept which affords emerging playwrights the opportunity to showcase their fledgling work and to support and guide its growth through t...